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Old buildings a solid reminder of wartime era

Old buildings a solid reminder of wartime era

Sihang Warehouse Address: 1 Guangfu Rd This warehouse is probably Shanghai’s most famous building that brings back memories of China’s War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1937-45). It will ...

August 3, 2015, Monday


War relics paint stark picture of Japanese atrocities

War relics paint stark picture of Japanese atrocities

MANY relics of China’s War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1937-45) can still be found in Shanghai’s downtown areas, especially in Hongkou and Baoshan districts, where two major battles took ...

Yang Jian | August 3, 2015, Monday


Remembering foreign eye-witnesses to war

Remembering foreign eye-witnesses to war

The onset of World War II ended a golden age in Shanghai, with hostilities changing the city and the lives of millions of its residents forever....

Michelle Qiao | August 3, 2015, Monday

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Former country club hides dark past

Former country club hides dark past

IT’S been 70 years since World War II ended in August 1945. Many people who lived through that difficult period are now gone, but some buildings from the era still stand. They still have “war scars” and ...

Michelle Qiao | August 3, 2015, Monday


Free dorm rooms help students see country

Free dorm rooms help students see country

FOR nearly 10 years, China’s education authorities have been encouraging college students to spend part of their summer holidays in other parts of the country, doing social work and expanding their experience ...

Yang Meiping | August 2, 2015, Sunday


Single Chinese mom does it all in Kenyan capital

YAO Hua’s fluency in the English language, impressive resume and emotional intelligence have secured her a lucrative career in one of the leading commercial banks in Kenya. The 30-year-old mother of an ...

Christine Lagat | August 2, 2015, Sunday


Bigger may not be better for ‘super hospitals’

Bigger may not be better for ‘super hospitals’

JUST before midnight, the pavement outside the glowing high-rise towers of the No.1 Hospital affiliated to Zhengzhou University is littered with slumbering bodies. Splayed on colorful mats or tucked into ...

Alexandra Harney | August 1, 2015, Saturday


Renovation plan for Cangcheng

CANGCHENG, a town with 500 years of history in Songjiang District, is well into a major renovation and restoration project that began after the site was listed as one of Shanghai’s 32 historical and cultural ...

August 1, 2015, Saturday


Registration requirements may have eased, but still present a needless nuisance

EDITOR’S note: Doug Young has lived and worked in China for 15 years, much of that as a journalist. He currently lives in Shanghai where he teaches financial journalism at Fudan University. He writes ...

Doug Young | August 1, 2015, Saturday


Looking for new ways to protect old towns

Looking for new ways to protect old towns

SHANGHAI is considering setting up an association for its old towns in a bid to protect them better, according to experts. China currently has 252 national level old towns, including 10 in Shanghai, and ...

Tan Weiyun | August 1, 2015, Saturday




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